28th November

12:30 Snack and Coffee

13:30 Welcome 
Michael Unland, CAMECO Executive Director

13:45 Communicating from and with the margins  An introduction
Christoph Dietz, CAMECO Deputy Executive Director

14:15 Opening Session

The multimedia nun Activist for human rights
Sr. Mary John Mananzan OSB, Philippines, in talk with Jörg Nowak, missio Aachen

15.30 Coffee Break

16:00-17:00 Parallel Workshop Sessions

1. Result chains – A realistic way of measuring impact
Christoph Spurk, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

2. Participatory video – Empowerment through knowledge and technology
Chris Goertz, Minibus Media, Germany

3. Share the journey – Bringing communities, migrants and refugees together
Alfonso Apicella, Caritas Internationalis, Italy
Johannes Seibel, missio Aachen (panelist)

4. Revitalised – Professionalised – Demanded? A Lithuanian programme to help Catholic media out of their marginal position
Diana Adomaitené, Lithuanian Church Chronicle Foundation
Donatas Ramonas, CRC Consulting, Lithuania

5. Interculturality and creativity – Communication approaches of religious orders
Sr. Noemi Bergamin, Daughters of St. Paul (FSP), Italy
Fr. Fabrizio Colombo, Comboni Missionaries (MCCJ), Italy

17:00 Coffee Break and Room Change

17:30-18:30 Parallel Workshop Sessions

6. Preventing violence, limiting crises – Interreligious dialogue and communication in a context of conflict (in French)
Bishop Laurent Dabiré, Diocese of Dori, Burkina Faso
Michel Beuret, Fondation Hirondelle, Switzerland

7. 'All on Board' – How film training and filmmaking is used to facilitate social inclusion
Julia Krojer,, Germany

8. Cancelled

9. Marketing without losing the mission – Strengthening the economic sustainability of Peruvian community media (in Spanish)
Lourdes Barrezueta, Plataforma Radio y Televisión, Peru

10. 'My School' and 'Puzzle' – TV programmes addressing marginalized children in the Middle East
Juliana Sfeir, Sat 7, Lebanon

18:45 Celebrating 50 years of CAMECO Looking back and ahead
with CAMECO president Théo Péporté, project officers Sofie Jannusch & Petra Stammen and the string quartet Son d'Aix
Buffet & Drinks

29th November

09:00 Holy Mass
Mons. Gintaras Grušas, Archbishop of Vilnius, Lithuania
Mons. Laurent Dabiré, Bishop of Dori, Burkina Faso
Mons. Johannes Bündgens, Auxiliary Bishop of Aachen, Germany

10:00 Coffee Break

10:30-11:30 Parallel Workshop Sessions

11. Influencer marketing for development? An experiment involving a Misereor project in Brazil
Pia Schröder, Misereor, Germany

12. Crowdfunding for journalists – Opportunities and challenges
Jeremy Druker, Transitions Online, Czech Republic

13. Street children advocating for their rights – The Butterfly experience
Rita Panicker, Butterfly, India

14. Audience research as an eye-opener – Strengthening local communication in Uganda
Margaret Sentamu, Uganda Media Women's Association (UMWA), Mama FM, Uganda

15. Dignity, equality and freedom – Upholding human rights and advancing social justice in the digital age
Sara Speicher, World Association for Christian Communication (WACC), United Kingdom
Nataša Govekar, Dicastery for Communication, Holy See (panelist)

11:30 Coffee Break

12:00 Results to Go – Fishbowl discussion and findings from the workshops
Addressing the needs of marginalised – Fr. Fabrizio Colombo, Rita Panicker
Strengthening sustainability – Jeremy Druker, Lourdes Barrezueta/Christoph Dietz
Replicating Good Practices – Alfonso Apicella, Michel Beuret

13:00 Lunch & Departure